Feb 12, 2013 3:00am PST
the difference. tonight, they have to decide whether they want to be the party of ronald reagan or wayne lapierre. >> i'm not sure ronald reagan could get elected today. >> there's no doubt ronald reagan would support universal background checks. who doesn't support universal background checks? who doesn't support the end of gun trafficking? you know who doesn't support it? people inside the little republican bubble in the house of representatives and some democrats who are scared, jim. the numbers are overwhelming. this is a 90-10 issue now. >> thick wh i think what the pr wants to do with this speech tonight is continue to make republicans look cartoonish with gun control. what they would like to see tomorrow are images of victims you just painted sitting in the chamber side by side with representative stockman and ted nugent and whatever they will say after the speech and you know they will say extremely - ex-send yex the things that ted nugent will say. >> it plays into the president's hand. i always talk about we republicans having to win not northwest florida where i'm from. we will alway
Feb 16, 2013 9:00am PST
and an effective one. >> jim, your latest article is about wayne lapierre's state of the union response. here's part of that. >> we will not be duped by the hypocrisy in the white house or the congress who would deny our right to semiautomatic technology and the magazines we need to defend ourselves and our families. >> it would seem, jim, that no measure of public sentiment can way the nra message. obviously they don't care, right? >> well, i saw that speech as playing to his base, conspiratorial, to put it vaguely. but there are new forces coalescing against them. it's not just president obama who's smart enough and, like susan suggests, knows there will probably be limited gains legislatively in congress. maybe background checks but not much beyond that. but he also knows he's got folks like michael bloomberg getting very serious about going after the nra. in the back yard of that same speech yesterday which was in parts fairly pointed. you've got mayor bloomberg throwing a minimum of $1.5 million into a special congressional race to replace jesse jackson, jr., who pled yesterday. he's spe
Feb 21, 2013 9:00am EST
experience. >> wayne lapierre has said gaming creates violence. what do you say to that? >> the average gamer is about 35 years old now. it's male, it's female, it's old, it's young and there are game offerings of all genres. i think with any decision you have to choose wisely, depending on who the audience is. the influences are out there in society in all shapes and forms. >> do you think games will look different as a result, maybe not this year but two years from now, three years from now in large. >> i think it's going to represent mainstream entertainment and it's going to gravitate toward the things people are interested in. there are supports gamers, there are casual gamers, there are core gamers and their tastes vary differently based on their age and what interests. >> hollywood movies could say the same thing, too. >> exactly. >> jack, congratulations. we look forward to seeing it. please come back. >> thank you. appreciate it. >> looking to free yourself from your mobile service provider's monthly data usage fees? what if one company actually rewarded you for all the data you use?